Stone abounds in this sophisticated traditional outdoor kitchen at the home of Kim Granatell, formerly on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey." She used Source Outdoor furniture when she redid her backyard.
Shining surfaces contrast with aged furniture for a unique combination of new and old that creates character in this small space. Bright colors and natural light flood the space for an enhanced ambiance.
Atlanta designer Heather Hogan Roberts took objects and decor that the homeowner owned to stay under her $500 budget for a living room makeover. She bought new curtains, a rug, and small furniture such as side tables and a woven stool used as an ottoman. Roberts, who owns Ivy & Vine, reworked and styled the existing accessories and furniture, which is a low-cost alternative to always buying new items to give a room a designer look.
The homeowner for this bachelor pad is in the restaurant business, and he relocated from New York City to New Jersey. To suit the bachelor's active lifestyle, Blanche Garcia keeps the furniture clean and modern. A color palette of charcoal and chocolate is both elegant and masculine.
The space in this living room was opened up by removing the wall between the living room and the kitchen. Updates include a retiled fireplace, freshly painted walls, new patterned curtains and contemporary furniture.
This spectacular, southern-facing apartment is located inside 432 Park Avenue, the second tallest building in New York City behind One World Trade Center. The home features sleek, modern furniture to complement the building's architecture.